Jamie Fowler, Ed.S., is the Vice President for Saving Case & Friends. She is a veteran advocate and adviser for parents of children with special educational needs. She has been providing assistance to families throughout the United States for more then 10 years. Jamie did her undergraduate work at the University of Northern Iowa with a BA in Therapeutic Recreation and Minor in Psychology. Her further studies include a graduate degree as an Educational Specialist and degree in School Psychology from the University of Colorado-Denver.
Currently, Jamie is a contracted service provider for families dealing with special needs issues in the school and community setting by providing a therapeutic approach to address their individual needs. She also does extensive advocacy in various settings which range from homes, schools, and clinical environments. She is a board member of Help Extinguish Hunter Syndrome and is actively working with the Hunter Syndrome Research Coalition initiative in moving early gene therapy research into human trials for patients suffering with Hunter Syndrome.
Jamie’s interests include fundraising – she and her family have raised over $100,000 for Hunter Syndrome research. Other interests include advocacy for proper care, understanding and treating medical trauma in patients who are chronically ill, and various Hunter Syndrome symptom/treatment topics. In her free time, Jamie is dedicated to her two wonderful children, Jack (7) who suffers from Hunter Syndrome, and Juliet (4) who is caring and playful. She also enjoys yoga, cooking, and gardening. To follow Jack’s journey please visit heresjack.com.